The July Club Meeting will take place at the Shop, Sunday, July 7.
The meeting will start promptly at 12:00 noon. Lunch will be served, amount to be determined, but usually $6.
There is a rumor that the Grand Hydro session will feature some hard-to-get-locally East Coast brews, carefully selected by our Grand Hydro and Vice-President while in Philly for the National Homebrewers Conference.
Interested in all-grain brewing? Register for our upcoming class that will teach you how! We will cover all aspects from strike to sparge as well as building your equipment. Cost is $20. Please call the shop to sign up.
The Great American Beer Festival is the premier U.S. beer festival and competition.
Each year, GABF represents the largest collection of U.S. beer ever served, in a public tasting event plus a private competition. GABF brings together the brewers and diverse beers that make the U.S. the world’s greatest brewing nation.
GABF was founded in 1982, and has been growing and evolving along with the American craft brewing industry ever since.
Our monthly Club Shop Brew is set for next Sunday, June 9th at 8:00 a.m. Mr. Treasurer, Kent Fletcher and Madam Ex-President, Nancy Gold will take over leading the crew this month for a batch of a clone recipe of Allagash's Curiuex, the famous big, oaky, Belgian-y brew. They are well known for their excellent brews and brewing smarts so it should be a great session!
AUSTRALIAN researchers have been astonished to discover a cure-all right under their noses -- a honey sold in health food shops as a natural medicine.
Far from being an obscure health food with dubious healing qualities, new research has shown the honey kills every type of bacteria scientists have thrown at it, including the antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" plaguing hospitals and killing patients around the world.
Unfortunately Golden Road's Homebrewer night has now been cancelled.
Hey Everybody! Golden Road Brewery is hosting a Homebrewer's night on June 6. They are featuring the finalists for their Pro-Am, so come out and support Fellow Falcon John Aitchison!
From the website:
Come one, come all! We are hosting a special Homebrewer's Night at our events space Chloe's on June 6th! This event will be the Final Round of judging for our GABF Pro/Am "Mystery Hop" Competition, so come on out and help us decide which beer we'll be bringing to Denver with us!
As if we didn't already have the best IPAs on tap. Now we're giving you even more!
Join us on Saturday, June 1, 2013 for an
I.P.A. Tap Takeover
Starting @ 11:00 AM
We will bring you over 10 Amazing I.P.A.s on Draught
BEAR REPUBLIC BLACK RACER
BEAR REPUBLIC CRAZY IVAN
FLYING DOG CITRA SINGLE HOP
OSKAR BLUES GUBNA
HERETIC EVIL COUSIN
CLOWN SHOES TRAMP STAMP
NINKASI TOTAL DOMINATION
FIGUEROA MOUNTAIN HOPPY POPPY
Limited Supplies - come early to not miss out on the great beer.
This is an event not to be missed by any beer lover!
It is now Sunday afternoon. Home again after a wonderful weekend spent at the Acton KOA enjoying beer, outstanding dinner (yay Peter!) and great snacks brought by everyone.
But best of all was being surrounded by fellow Falcons. Though we were a smaller group than I was expecting, everyone was in great spirits....
So, what this story says is that LA Nightlife force Cedd Moses is planning a 17,000 square foot brewpub/pizza joint/skeeball alley on the first floor of the old Crazy Gideon's place in the Arts District downtown. He's getting the usual flack for it from neighbors, you know the types.
I wanted a simpler system for cleaning beer lines. I have a bunch of picnic type taps that I use for party serving and a couple of kegerators that I have for everyday use.
I used to fill up a corny with a couple of gallons of BLC (or PBW in a pinch) and push the solution through the lines, through the tap and back into the keg. I would then run water through to rinse. If I got really jazzed up, I would use an acid wash and/or a caustic cleaner. 5 star has a list of their chemicals for this purpose right here: http://www.fivestarchemicals.com/breweries/craft-brewers/line-cleaning/
Want to make your own beer at home? Get started on the right foot. Check out the Falcon's sponsoring shop, The Home Beer, Wine, Cheesemaking Shop. John Daume, proprietor, has been serving the home brewing and winemaking needs of Angelenos since 1972, over 30 years! (Falcon Members receive a 10% discount on supplies)